Anyone else really excited about Christmas? I sure am and have been waiting to publish this post for ages now. Literally ages! 🙂 Because Christmas time means advent calendar time and just like last year, I’ve decided to treat myself to a bookish one.

I’ve browsed Goodreads for hours and have put together a list of 24 Christmas themed books. One for each day until the 24th when I’ll be celebrating Christmas. And enough to do Blogmas and bring you one festive post each day from the 1st to the 24th of December. Exciting, isn’t it? I’m certainly looking forward to it! 🙂

To get you into the Christmas spirit, I will share my list with you right here, right now. Lucky me, that this week’s Top Ten Tuesday prompt from The Broke and The Bookish is top 10 books on our winter TBRs. Fitting, isn’t it?

Let’s get started then.

Christmas Book Advent Calendar

  1.  1. Christmas at The Little Knitting Box by Helen J. Rolfe
  2.  2. The Parisian Christmas Bake Off by Jenny Oliver
  3.  3. The Little Shop of Hopes and Dreams by Fiona Harper
  4.  4. Kiss Me in New York by Catherine Rider
  5.  5. Just for Christmas by Scarlett Bailey
  6.  6. Mistletoe and Mr. Right by Lyla Payne
  7.  7. How The Grinch Stole Christmas by Dr. Seuss
  8.  8. Christmas at the Falling-Down Guesthouse by Lilly Bartlett
  9.  9. Christmas at the Candied Apple Café by Katherine Garbera
  10. 10. The Christmas Holiday by Maxine Morrey
  11. 11. A Little Christmas Faith by Kathryn Freeman
  12. 12. Let it Snow: Three Holiday Romances by John Green
  13. 13. In Mistletoe by Tammy L. Bailey
  14. 14. Forever his Darling by Sarah Randall
  15. 15. The Christmas Party by Carole Matthews
  16. 16. Christmas Wishes and Mistletoe Kisses by Jenny Hale
  17. 17. How To Stuff Up Christmas by Rosie Blake
  18. 18. Wrapped Up in You by Carole Matthews
  19. 19. The Little Christmas Kitchen by Jenny Oliver
  20. 20. Winter’s Fairytale by Maxine Morrey
  21. 21. The Office Christmas Party by Aimee Duffy
  22. 22. Christmas Cakes and Mistletoe Nights by Carole Matthews
  23. 23. The Best Little Christmas Shop by Maxine Morrey
  24. 24. All I Want for Christmas by Jenny Hale

Quite the list, huh? And because I love Christmas so much, I’ll kick off Blogmas on the 29th of November. And it will be a lovely kick off with Christmas at The Little Knitting Box. I’ve already read the book and it put me in the exact right mood for Christmas. So I can’t wait for the  Christmas at The Little Knitting Box birthday blog blitz tomorrow!


14 Replies to “Bookish Advent Calendar”

  1. I didn’t post my Blogmas Calendar because I’m kind of doing it on the go and planning for myself so that it is more of a surprise. I’m also not doing that many book reviews, but the idea sounds awesome! I’m super excited.

    Also, I just realized you’re called Nuria, and that is such a beautiful name. My aunt also has the same name, but I hadn’t ever encountered another person that did. I don’t know if it’s uncommon in my country only, but it sounds so unique!

    1. I must admit: it’s only day 5 and I’m already ignoring my calendar and just going with what I fancy doing.
      And thank you for the name compliment 🙂 I only know one other Nuria. But in Spain it’s a very common name. So maybe we should move xD

        1. I’d love to speak Spanish. I took it once back in high school, but only for a year and hardly anything stuck. Maybe something to go on my bucket list xD

  2. I always look forward to lots of bookish goodness around this time 🙂 I recently read and loved The Art of Baking Blind by Sarah Vaughan and I was wondering if you knew of anything similar? (If you haven’t read it, I’d definitely recommend it!). It’s basically The Great British Bake Off in book form! The Parisian Christmas Bake Off from your list seems like it could be similar 🙂 I’m just SO eager to read another book with lots of baking and food talk. I hope you enjoy your Christmas reading list 🙂 I look forward to your posts xo

    1. I haven’t heard from the Sarah Vaughan book, but I’ve just added it to my Goodreads TBR list. I’m currently reading The Parisian Christmas Bake Off and loving it so far. Paris must be really pretty around Christmas. If you don’t mind a bit of romance thrown into the books, I can really recommend Jenny Colgan. She has a few lovely festive and non-festive baking themed books that are definitely worth checking out. I personally loved the Cupcake and Little Beach Street Bakery series. But the others are good as well. Or Jenny Oliver’s The Sunshine and Biscotti Club. It might be a bit more similar to the Sarah Vaughan one as it also centers around various characters. It is a bit more contemporary tough, I guess.

      1. Yay, I’m happy to hear you’ve added The Art of Baking Blind to your TBR! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did 🙂 and thank you so much for the recommendations – will check them out now!

  3. I am SO excited for Christmas. So many of these sound great. I hope you have a good time with them! I loved Let it Snow–you have a lot of great titles on your list but that and The Grinch are my personal favourites. Woo!

    1. I have yet to read Let it Snow. I’m usually not a big John Green fan. But since it’s a Christmas book, I thought I’d give it a go 🙂

    1. I tried the Advent Calendar last year, but only bought 12 books. I finished some time in January xD But I just think that Christmas is a great excuse to buy lots and lots of new books 🙂

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